At Clerkenwell Design Week 2019, Ceramiche Piemme will officially announce its collaboration with international design firm, Benoy. To celebrate the partnership, the Fiorano Modenese company has invited leaders within the design field, Alice Rawsthorn and Cristina Morozzi to discuss the upcoming trends within the ceramic industry. The Benoy Design Director, Andy Piepenstock, and Ceramiche Piemme Operations Director, Davide Colli, will introduce the two design experts, opening a debate on the "return of tiles to architecture".
"We know Ceramiche Piemme for its tradition and today also for its desire to express innovation, design and sustainability," explains Andy Piepenstock, "all values that we share and which spur us to talk with people who - like Alice Rawsthorn and Cristina Morozzi - have dedicated their lives to the analysis and elaboration of projects, trends and the evolution of home living".
After previous design collections created in association with Gordon Guillaumier and Pierre Charpin, Ceramiche Piemme is now making its international relaunch with Benoy, an internationally respected firm which is behind some of the most famous buildings in the world, from Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi and Westfield London, to Parc Central in Guangzhou.
With the opening of the Piemme 40 London branch, Davide Colli - COO of Ceramiche Piemme, highlights the international character of the Fiorano Modenese brand, which is renowned for quality and innovation in the ceramic industry.
"After essential technological updating, and the renewal of the range, a cultural upgrade of the project has now become essential,” says Colli. “Hence, the importance of collaboration with a major international player such as Benoy, which has worksites the world over.”
More at: www.ceramichepiemme.it
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